An old saying goes that there are only two things that certain in life – death and taxes. While neither of these things is anyone’s favorite subject, they both point towards the importance of Estate Planning.
When we talk about Estate Planning, we automatically think about Wills, Trusts, and other types of legal documents. However, your estate planning documents will do little good if your family or trusted friends do not know where to find them.
Once you have put the finishing touches on your written estate plan, I recommend setting aside some time to talk about it with your family. Tell them where your documents are kept and explain your wishes clearly. While this might be an uncomfortable conversation, it can save your family from additional stress and confusion down the road.
If you need advice on estate planning, call the Law Office of Debra G. Simms today at 386.256.4882
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